Many sustainable homes are also farms. This seperate page is devoted to those people who not only live in homes that are sustainable (energy effecient, off grid, recycleing, etc...) but who also grow food for themselves and for others. See Sustainable Homes for non-farming related information. See "food" for information on foods and diet.
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